I wish you all good luck! H. Word Automation and Norton's Antivirus 2002 7. That's a good sign, but if you can find out what Excel is using to open the DBF, it might help. his comment is here
Still having problems merging with DBF « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Display Modes #1 February 21st 06, 02:51 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.mailmerge.fields HD I am really at my wit's end... This is why I think it has to do with the actual settings of the word template itself rather than the code: 1. Otherwise, the OpenDataSource call will always raise an error.
Unfortunately, at this time, I don't have time to work on this issue. Peter Jamieson "HD" wrote in message ... Copyright ©2004-2016 Microsoft Office Word Forum - WordBanter.
You may need backquotes ` instead of straight quotes ' around the table name. But it still does not work... 1. I hope this helps. Word Was Unable To Open The Data Source Mac you may only be able to connect programmatically and b.
Hi, Last week, I got an answer to my problem from Brenda(by the way, thank you!) that for my mail merge to work with a DBF datasource, I needed to install Word 2013 Word Was Unable To Open The Datasource EDIT 2: I tried to generate a merged letter manually from within the template, and this worked successfully. I am really at my wit's end... If you cannot, you almost certainly need to install the Jet stuff that used to be part of the MDAC.
Yes No Great! Word 2013 Mail Merge Unable To Open Data Source I need to know the > detailed steps in solving this problem. > Also, please tell me if I need to download and install updates or > driver files for Visual An example of the syntax you need for a .dbf with a FoxPro ODBC User/System DSN is ActiveDocument.MailMerge.OpenDataSource _ Name:="", _ Connection:="DSN=Visual FoxPro Tables;SourceType=DBF;" & _ "SourceDB=c:\fp;Deleted=No;Exclusive=No;", _ SQLStatement:="SELECT * FROM This new server has Windows Server 2003 (Standard edition) and Office XP, SP3.
The preconditions are correct, i.e. You may need backquotes ` instead of straight quotes ' around the table name. Word Was Unable To Open The Data Source 2010 Reply With Quote Apr 23rd, 2010,04:44 PM #2 westconn1 View Profile View Forum Posts PowerPoster Join Date Dec 2004 Posts 22,072 Re: MailMerge: Word is Unable to Open Data Source if Word 2016 Was Unable To Open The Data Source If you can't get things to work that way, simply answer 'No' to the initial SQL prompt when you open the document, then use 'Select Recipients' on the Mailings tab to
I would proceeed as follows: Follow the instructions in this Knowledgebase article: "Opening This Will Run the Following SQL Command" Message When You Open a Word Document" at http://support.microsoft.com?kbid=825765 See if http://webinweb.net/data-source/word-is-unable-to-open-the-data-source.html Thank you!!! > Noriko Sat, 08 Oct 2005 03:24:18 GMT Noriko Meiko St#5 / 14 Word 2002 Error Message: Unable to Open Data Source using Visual FoxPro Data Base File As soon as my DBF file has a memo field, I'm back where I started again... You can probably find the right version for Win 2003 at by following the "Product and Update Downloads" link at http://msdn.microsoft.com/data/downloads/default.aspx If you can open the DBF in Excel, it suggests Word Was Unable To Open The Data Source Word 2010
However, I would like to know that if I do encounter further problems connecting the Visual FoxPro database to Word, who should I contact? I have tried using VBA in a Macro to open the data source and it still does not work... I did that, but it still does not work... weblink And GREAT HEALTH!
I REALLY would appreciate the input. Mail Merge Can't Open Data Source I can open my dbf file with Excel... the file path, template name, etc.. 3.
To access these sources, you need to start the Data Connection Wizard. Understood. Also, please tell me if I need to download and install updates or driver files for Visual FoxPro 7 if they are not available at first installation. Kingsoft Writer Cannot Open Data Source Thank you!!! >Noriko Sat, 08 Oct 2005 02:57:44 GMT Anders Altber#4 / 14 Word 2002 Error Message: Unable to Open Data Source using Visual FoxPro Data Base File You can
I am really at my wit's end... And the worst of it all is that it works fine on other computers with different OS but same Office version. If you are running Windows XP, you need to install the VFP ODBC driver. check over here Two of the values in the view are dates.
When I try to do the merge, the system gives me the message: "Word was unable to open the datasource." I have installed the VFPODBC.msi as well as the WDVFPDSN.exe... Microsoft Office Address List You can create a simple Office Address List during a mail merge, and then use it again later. I just answer "no" and then I try to open the database manually. Please help me, anyone.
User community support forum for Apache OpenOffice, LibreOffice and all the OpenOffice.org derivatives Skip to content Advanced search Board index Change font size FAQ Register Login Information The requested topic does When I try to do the merge, the system gives me the message: "Word was unable to open the datasource." I have installed the VFPODBC.msi as well as the WDVFPDSN.exe... When I try to do the merge, the system gives me the message: "Word was unable to open the datasource." I have installed the VFPODBC.msi as well as the WDVFPDSN.exe... The first row of the table must contain headings, and the other rows must contain the records you want to merge.
Thank you!!! > Noriko Sat, 08 Oct 2005 02:44:55 GMT Lee Mitche#3 / 14 Word 2002 Error Message: Unable to Open Data Source using Visual FoxPro Data Base File Hi The problem is that when you open the data source using VBA, you /must/ apply the change described in the article I mentioned. Save non-verified file DSN." Any help or feedback is very much appreciated. I will have to forgo the DBF file as a datasource...
Dumas HD View message headers #4 February 21st 06, 08:45 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.mailmerge.fields Peter Jamieson external usenet poster Posts: n/a Still having problems merging with DBF Hello Microsoft Outlook Contact List You can retrieve contact information directly from your Outlook Contact List in Word. If you or anybody has any idea as to why it does that... Laters Noriko Meiko Star Wed, 12 Oct 2005 01:55:50 GMT Noriko Meiko St#12 / 14 Word 2002 Error Message: Unable to Open Data Source using Visual FoxPro Data Base File
Of these, only one of the letters does not work properly. I have tried all the choices...